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NBA's Jason Collins Opens Up To Oprah: Watch An Interview Clip HERE!

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Now that Jason Collins is the first out and proud gay NBA player, people can't get enough of his personal revelation!

He knew that this would come with the territory, but we're wondering how he plans to keep ANYTHING about his private life private now!

Oprah wanted to know the same exact thing, so she asked him! Check out the clip (above) from her huge interview with the courageous athlete!

He's such role model for the athletes in the LGBT community!

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7 comments to “NBA's Jason Collins Opens Up To Oprah: Watch An Interview Clip HERE!”

  1. Wheel says – reply to this


    I give the guy credit for coming out. however, i'm not giving him a status like say Jackie Robinson for breaking the color barrier. This guys not even in the league anymore.

  2. 2

    BAHHHHHHHHHHHH. Who gives a shit!

  3. Mr Fitz says – reply to this


    What a joke
    First off Jason's career was over, his contract was finished ,he was a mediocre player at best, so he really had nothing to lose, and lots to gain by coming out and becoming a poster boy
    So please stop with the medals, and saying how brave,
    Brave will be Obama coming out
    There are so many stories in Chicago gay circles about Obama , and his visits to gay bars, when he was a senator,
    Do you think Oprah will finally come out ??

  4. CelebrityNut.webs.com says – reply to this


    Re: Mr Fitz – Jay is famous now… LOL

  5. 5

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  6. Jean-Jacques Burlamaqu says – reply to this


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  7. 7

    Yeah, dude's gay, we get it.